Posted on April 10, 2023 in ATSC News
Each month through “NAB Amplify”, the NAB highlights companies that serve key media and entertainment markets with a targeted Demo Days Series. The Demo Days Series presents an opportunity for companies to reach the NAB audience, highlighting your latest initiatives and products. NAB Amplify has over 51,000 registered, verified users and receives over 63,000 unique visitors per month.
We’re pleased to share that ATSC is joining with the NAB to help produce an online video series that will spotlight the latest innovations surrounding ATSC 3.0, the NEXTGEN TV rollout, and highlighting our partners and members.
As part of this effort, NAB has agreed to provide ATSC members with an additional $500 off the published rate for participating in “Demo Days” in May, following the NAB Show. Opportunities start at just $1,495.
“Demo Days” includes a 5–15-minute edited and polished video demonstration that will be marketed as part of the Demo Days Series on Amplify and delivered to you as an asset for your internal marketing campaigns. The Demos will be organized as a collection and released to the NAB audience simultaneously. The series will release in May, just ahead of the ATSC Annual Member Meeting & NextGen Broadcast Conference in June. NAB launched their Demo Days Series in February with a collection focused on Virtual and Remote Production. These video demonstrations have collectively received thousands of views.
NAB is starting to schedule production for these now, so we would encourage you to reach out to Perry Strickman of the NAB (firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.429.5315) to reserve your video or answer any additional questions you may have. I hope you’ll be able to take advantage of this opportunity to help continue to tell your story to broadcasters.
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